Primordial Traditions

Primordial Traditions

Primordial Traditions was a free online publication which ran from 2005-2009.

It ceased operations officially in 2011 and is closed.

This website is still owned by the former editor of Primordial Traditions and you can follow her work on the websites below:

Gwendolyn Taunton (website)
Gwendolyn Taunton (profile)
Numen Books

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  • Veil Between the Worlds: The Heathen Altar Cloth
    Veil Between the Worlds: The Heathen Altar Cloth  Juleigh Howard-Hobson   Whether one practices Anglo-Saxon Heathenry, Odinism or Asatru, there are certain constants. One of the most constant constants is the use of an altar. An altar is a structure upon which offerings and blessings are made. It can be outside or indoors, of natural materials or not. On thi […]
  • The Glory of the Oak, the Magic of the Acorn
    The Glory of the Oak, the Magic of the Acorn  Juleigh Howard-Hobson   Known for both its strength and its longevity, the oak tree, named in 2004 as the national tree of the United States of America, has long been regarded as king of the forest in both spiritual ways (the Druids worshipped in oak groves, the goddess Diana wore […] The post The Glory of the Oa […]
  • Of Old Wight Ways in Modern Days
    Of Old Wight Ways in Modern Days Juleigh Howard-Hobson   People tend to think that with the passing of commonly held folk customs the spirits that responded to these customs disappeared—but, honestly, there is nothing further from the truth. Attracting spirits who have long held an affinity with humans is not very difficult to do at all. All over humanity, [ […]

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